Trauma and Critical Care Surgeon in Minneapolis, MN (Full-Time)
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Type: Full Time
Surgery: Surgical Specialties
Hospital, Public and Private
Internal Number: 231904
The Department of Surgery at Hennepin Healthcare is seeking a trauma and critical care surgeon to join our well-established practice. The trauma service admits more than 3700 patients annually.
We believe equity is essential for optimal health outcomes and are committed to achieve optimal health for all by actively eliminating barriers due to racism, poverty, gender identity, and other determinants of health. We are deeply committed to the goals of health equity and antiracism by teaching and working in an environment characterized by celebrating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Applicants from diverse backgrounds or historically under-resourced communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Clinical responsibilities include direct patient care, teaching of residents and medical students, and participation in education and research conferences and ongoing performance improvement projects.
Primary surgical responsibilities include trauma and acute care surgery along with opportunities for elective general surgical practice.
Interest in clinical and/or translational research with record of published work and funding is favored, and qualified candidates may be eligible for protected research time.
Hennepin Healthcare includes the safety net hospital for the Minneapolis area and a major teaching affiliate of the University of Minnesota. Candidate may be eligible for an academic track faculty position at the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Must possess a current unrestricted license to practice Medicine in the State of Minnesota or be eligible for licensure
Board certified/eligible in Surgical Critical Care
Current certification in Surgery by the American Board of Surgery or in Surgery (general) by the American Osteopathic Board of Surgery or equivalent certification by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Must be certified within four years from the date of completion of the applicable residency, fellowship, or training program, as indicated in the Medical Staff Board Certification policy; maintain certification thereafter. Applicant must be active in all required MOC (maintenance of certification) programs.
Current DEA certificate or eligible for certificate
Current Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor certification or must complete within 24 months of hire
About the Area
An extremely active community known for its parks and trails
Ranked #3 in Medscape’s Best States to Practice in 2023
Robust food scene, including James Beard award winning chefs
Hennepin Healthcare (a subsidiary corporation of Hennepin County) is a public, integrated system of care that includes HCMC, a nationally recognized Level I Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. The comprehensive healthcare system includes a 473-bed academic medical center, a large outpatient Clinic & Specialty Center, and a network of primary and specialty care clinics throughout Hennepin County. We partner with our community, our patients, and their families to ensure access to outstanding care for everyone while improving health and wellness through teaching, patient and community education, and research.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Hennepin Healthcare is a qualifying employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.